Fwd: Re: [horde] Recent Horde complaints
sisterscape at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 4 12:52:58 PST 2003
I am on this list because I am a frustrated USER trying to find
solutions that will help the server admins. Our server is being managed
by supposed professionals. You probably know them so I'll not post a
name. They point fingers at the Horde programmers (or elsewhere). The
responses I have gotten from this list point fingers at the server
admins. And around and around and around we go. In the meantime, I am
caught in the middle with filters that only work manually.
I know it's frustrating to answer questions from the uninitiated. But I
have to agree with swap that this has not been the most friendly or
helpful list that I have subscribed to.
> --- Andrew Morgan <morgan at orst.edu> wrote:
> > Am I wrong in thinking that there are people attempting to run
> > that
> > aren't qualified?
> > Maybe others have more patience than I do, but it sounds like a
> > simple
> > RTFM is needed in a lot of cases. If you can't read the INSTALL
> > document
> > first, we're not helping you. And if you can't figure out how to
> > satisfy
> > Horde's dependencies or get Apache and PHP configured
> > you
> > shouldn't be running Horde.
> > We're talking about basic system administration skills here. Horde
> > is not
> > a point-and-click Windows application. Most useful server
> > applications
> > have reasonable defaults but require some form of configuration to
> > tailor
> > the application for your site's needs.
> > Frankly, I'm amazed that some of you are still answering questions
> > like,
> > "I can't login to Horde", or "What is an IMAP server".
> > Andy
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